The FIA has decided to take no further action following the first lap collision between Sebastian Vettel, Max Verstappen and Kimi Raikkonen.
The Red Bull driver found himself in a Ferrari sandwich before the three of them made contact. Raikkonen was then a passenger as his car speared across the track and hit into Verstappen again and his DNF buddy Fernando Alonso.
While most pinned the blame on Vettel for moving over on Verstappen, Ferrari’s Twitter account had other ideas.
VER took #Kimi7 out and then he went to #Seb5 #SingaporeGP
— Scuderia Ferrari (@ScuderiaFerrari) September 17, 2017
The FIA stewards though have decided no one was “predominantly to blame” for the crash and therefore deciding not to take any action.
A statement read:
“The Stewards examined video evidence and heard from Sebastian Vettel, the driver of Car 5, Kimi Raikkonen, the driver of Car 7, Max Verstappen, the driver of Car 33 and the team representatives.
“The Stewards consider that no driver was found to have been wholly or predominantly to blame for the incident and will therefore take no further action.”